After Pesach, serving anything remotely related to Pesach food is a no-no, at least in my family! If I so much as mention chicken or potato (surprise, surprise, French fries are always welcome!), I can forget about anyone eating supper. It’s sandwiches, pastas and anything that has a heavy dose of flour.
Here’s a quick super-simple chametz dinner. Sauté 1 small onion, ½ of a red pepper and 2 stalks celery until browned. Add 1 pound of ground meat and cook on low till meat is browned. Add 1 can tomato sauce plus ½ cup water. Add salt, pepper and garlic to taste. Cook on low for another 10 minutes. Place in a bun for an awesome chametz meal. Another option is to serve it with corn tortilla chips. Fun for kids and for adults too!
Either way, this supper will bear no resemblance to anything you have served over Yom Tov.